Will BJP listen to Pawan Kalyan’s voice on the AP three capital bill?

This time he wants to meet the top leaders of the BJP in centre and ask for their intervention in this issue of AP.
Written By Siddhu Manchikanti | Updated: January 22, 2020 18:00 IST
Will BJP listen to Pawan Kalyan’s voice on the AP three capital bill?

It is well known that Janasena Chief, Pawan Kalyan had once again formed an alliance with the BJP to contest the future elections together and to support the Amaravati farmers. Andhra Pradesh chief minister, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is in hurry to get his idea of three capitals into working. He has been speeding up the formalities in this issue. At such time, Janasena Chief Pawan Kalyan too seems to be in a hurry to stop this. He has once again landed in Delhi.

 
This time he wants to meet the top leaders of the BJP in the center and ask for their intervention in this issue of AP. He especially wants PM Modi to do so. As per our sources, he was able to get appointments from the new chief of BJP Nadda and Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman. While he tried to get the appointment of Modi, he wasn’t able to get it due to Modi’s tight schedule for today.
 
However, Pawan is trying all he could by asking his mediators to get him that appointment. As now, Pawan is a part of BJP by their alliance, let’s assume he might get it soon. But the real question is, Will Modi or the BJP in the center in any way intervene in this issue of AP as it is an issue of state government?




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